Learn how to develop your own black and white film at home using common household ingredients, you will be amazed at what coffee grounds can do! Roll up your sleeves and have fun at this DIY workshop.
Have you ever wondered how photographers developed film and made prints before the technology of today? Well this is the workshop for you. We will show you a simple but effective technique using coffee grounds and other common ingredients to develop your black and white film. Get ready to become a mad scientist for the afternoon and don’t forget to bring your own exposed roll of black and white film to develop!
Admission is $10 ($7 for students.) Workshop admission includes a free roll of film and a loaner camera. All participants will receive a 10% coupon for the store! Be sure to arrive early if you want to borrow a camera as quantities are limited.
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